Re: Help tracking down a random beep
- Date: Thu, 9 May 2019 10:27:10 -0400
- From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Help tracking down a random beep
On Thursday 09 May 2019 09:57:38 am Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Thursday 09 May 2019 05:56:58 am Curt wrote:
> > On 2019-05-09, Cindy Sue Causey <butterflybytes@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > I had something similar that sounded like a little 6" Elf sneezing
> > > in my little ASUS laptop/netbook. Same deal where it was very
> > > sporadic. It turned out to most likely be a warning that it was
> > > about to *CLICK* off due to overheating..
> > >
> > > $ sensors -f
> > In the event there is no functional motherboard speaker, I guess it
> > cannot be a BIOS alarm of any kind.
> > If the OP's somewhere in West Virginia, maybe Gene turned his up so
> > loud that it's audible down the block.
> chuckle-choking with laughter gurgle... I can't even here it across
> the room and out in the hallway. This speaker kit might have 250
> MILLIWATTS of power.
Bah, humbug. So much for spell checkers, I obviously meant hear.
> > > ...gets me what I need for now. Others may have better favorites
> > > that provide really cool feedback. "sensors -f" provides the
> > > (hopefully correct) CPU temps plus the threshold they're not
> > > supposed to touch. Also provides fan speed... that's actually a
> > > number larger than zero in mine these days. :)
> > >
> > > Cindy :)
> Cheers, Gene Heskett
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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